Scott Parker cleared a low bar of promoting Bournemouth but he is not ready for the Premier League yet. Get Sean Dyche in now instead of later.
Parker has only ever finished a season being promoted or relegated. This campaign seems no different.
Bournemouth are stuttering. Blackburn and Forest are motoring. Nigel Pearson is spluttering.
Bournemouth would have been more Norwich than Brentford if they had been promoted in the summer.
“We had a young, young team out there and I am immensely proud of what they stood up to."
It's hard to see why Bournemouth were so intent on getting Scott Parker. Fulham will shed no tears.
Scott Parker has been appointed head coach of Sky Bet Championship side Bournemouth on a three-year deal.
Parker was unable to guide Fulham to Premier League safety as they finished 18th in the recent campaign.
Scott Parker is set to swap London for the south coast in the coming days...
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Ferguson has kept a keen eye on the Premier League and has named a young duo who have impressed him.
Scott Parker remains "committed" to Fulham for the "foreseeable future".
Craven Cottage will welcome up to 2,000 supporters on Sunday for the visit of Newcastle.
Fulham went down with barely a whimper. That was poor and some of it is on Scott Parker.
"The most important thing is finishing this season. I need the players to understand that the spotlight's constantly on them."
The Cottagers’ most recent stint in the Premier League lasted just one season after they were relegated.
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The Cottagers are seven points from safety as they prepare to face Chelsea.
"I need to try and change the mindset of my players. The reason I believe is because it's so close."
The Serbian delivered a stirring address to his Fulham team-mates following last week’s dramatic defeat by Wolves.
Scott Parker has vowed to 'give everything' for Fulham's survival but the loss to Wolves was a massive blow.
The striker marked his first start for two months with a goal and an impressive display in the defeat against Aston Villa.
The 26-year-old has notched just twice for Fulham in the Premier League this season.
Parker thinks Fulham have put themselves in a 'great position' to avoid relegation from the Premier League.
“We are a different team, certainly a different animal this time round."
The 65-year-old Argentinian will go head-to-head with Parker at Craven Cottage on Friday evening.